Linux For Dummies
Your step-by-step guide to the latest in Linux
Nine previous editions of this popular benchmark guide can’t be wrong! Whether you’re new to Linux and need a step-by-step guide or are a pro who wants to catch up with recent distributions, Linux For Dummies, 10th Edition has your back. Covering everything from installation to automation, this updated edition focuses on openSUSE and Ubuntu and includes new and refreshed material—as well as chapters on building a web server and creating simple shell scripts.
In his friendly, no-jargon style, IT professional and tech higher education instructor Richard Blum draws on more than 10 years of teaching to show you just why Linux’s open source operating systems are relied on to run a huge proportion of the world’s online infrastructure, servers, supercomputers, and NAS devices—and how you can master them too.
Whatever your Linux needs—work, fun, or just a hobby—this bestselling, evergreen guide will get you up and coding in the open source revolution in no time at all.
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Messing with Video and Graphics
Opening Downloaded Files
Clearing the screen CHAPTER
A Closer Look at Accessibility Features
Exploring Alternative Desktops
Working with MATE
Getting to Know the Linux Filesystem
Using the Filesystem
Putting the X in Text